The fans have spoken, and as voted by you, Jack Steele is this week’s Dare Iced Coffee Sainter of the Round.

For the second week in a row the co-captain has earned the fan’s tick of approval, with his performance against Port Adelaide a shining light on Saturday afternoon.

Steele was reliably prolific as he racked up a game-high 37 touches, nine marks and one goal – on his opposite boot – in the opening term to get his side on the scoreboard.

The intensity with which Steele plays cannot be questioned, now leading the league for most tackles recorded this season so far (140) as well as the highest number of contested possessions, clearances, inside-50s and score involvements for the Saints.

In second place Rowan Marshall gets the two votes, competing strongly against the Power with 19 disposals and 16 hit-outs.

The No. 19 kicked two goals in the second half to will his side back into the contest, one being an impressive snap out of the ruck.

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Rowan Marshall narrows the Saint's deficit to just one point with a left snap out of the ruck

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The versatile tall was influential across the field, ending his day with seven score involvements, six marks and five tackles.

Brad Crouch rounds out this week’s votes, again industrious in the contest with 36 disposals (20 contested), 11 clearances and nine marks.

The 27-year-old made his impact felt early, with 17 disposals, seven clearances and six tackles logged in the first half alone.